Directions by Car to Hyannis, MA
From New York City: Approximately 270 miles
Follow Route 95 to Providence, RI; Route 195 to Wareham, MA; Route 25 over the Bourne Bridge; Route 6 to Exit #6; Route 132 into Hyannis. Follow signs to airport or docks. Approximately 4 to 5 hours, depending on traffic.
From Boston: Approximately 80 miles
Follow Route 3 (Southeast Expressway); Route 6 over the Sagamore Bridge; Route 132 into Hyannis; follow signs to airport or docks. Approximately l.5 hours, depending on traffic. Traffic can be heavy.
Allow extra time, particularly in the summer and on weekends.
Bus Service to Hyannis, MA
Plymouth & Brockton Bus Line
Hourly and frequent commuter service between Hyannis and (Downtown Boston) South Station and Logan Airport (all airline terminals.) The Hyannis Transportation Center is only two blocks from Hyannis Harbor, offering connections to Nantucket.
Peter Pan/Bonanza Bus Lines
Service from New York (Port Authority Terminal) to Hyannis with stops in Providence, Fall River and New Bedford.
Train Service to Hyannis, MA
The CapeFLYER operates summer weekends from Memorial Day to Columbus Day from Boston to Hyannis. Contact the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority at 800-352-7155 for more information and reservations.
Bus Service on Nantucket
Nantucket Regional Transit Authority "The Wave" Shuttle Bus
Seasonal public shuttle service to various points across the island.